Christine Baranski, Marin Mazzie and Ken Page will be the featured performers at Manhattan Theater Club's annual winter holiday benefit, "An Intimate Night," set for Jan. 25 at the Grand Hyatt.
The webs are taking a somewhat calmer approach to midseason shuffling this year, launching fewer shows and making fewer dramatic sked changes.
Talk TV vet Burt Dubrow has been tapped as exec producer of "The Dr. Joy Browne Show," the upcoming syndie talker from CBS' Eyemark Entertainment.
The National Society of Film Critics named "Out of Sight" best picture of the year Sunday in a meeting at the Algonquin Hotel.
Look for Larry Elder, the self-described "sage from South Central," to break into the national talk radio landscape this year.
It was duck-and-cover time for Oprah, Rosie, Sally, Regis & Kathie Lee and the occupants of "Hollywood Squares." The bombing of Iraq and the impeachment bombshells dropped in Washington last month…
In a move that signals the start of a war on Italian film admission prices among consumer authorities, exhibition associations and hardtop owners, 25 Milan theaters have been fined a total of close…
NBC's once-invincible Thursday lineup has suffered another significant setback, symbolic of its overall decline, losing in preliminary Dec. 31 nightlong households results to the CBS competition.
Spanish telco Telefonica has appointed Juan Jose Nieto managing director of its powerful film, TV and media subsid, Telefonica Media.
Helmer Martin Scorsese and producer Vittorio Cecchi Gori are teaming up to present "Beyond Beautiful: The films of Roberto Benigni" at the Cecchi Gori Fine Arts Theater in L.A. Jan. 6-14.
The following actors have all been nominated once before for an Oscar and, in the case of Geoffrey Rush, went from obscurity to worldwide fame with a win in the lead category for his role in "Shine."